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The main game is sure to be intense when the Sharks and Dragons take to the field for the round three NRL clash on Saturday night, but before the current crop of NRL boys go to battle a collection of former legends will be just as keen to put one over their former rivals in special pre-match event.

Playing for the Tynan Motors Cup, ex-Sharks including Jason Stevens, Ben Ross and Aaron Raper will be joined by a group of Sharks fans in taking on former Dragons and a team of St George supporters in a game of touch footy.

And if you too want to join in the rivalry and defend the Sharks honour against their long-time rivals, the Sharks are offering a chance for you to be a part of the action

In a unique opportunity to be in front of the expected capacity crowd at Remondis Stadium, alongside some of the former legends of the game, the Sharks are auctioning places in the touch footy team.

Six spots in the team are on offer, with stand tickets for 2, meal and drink vouchers and complimentary parking included for those interested in being a part of the fun.

Playing shirts, provided by event and match day sponsor Tynan Motors, are also being supplied.

The Legends Touch Footy game, being played for the Tynan Motors Cup, will be contested immediately prior to the kickoff to the NRL match, which is scheduled to get underway at 7.00pm.

So if you would like to be in the middle of Remondis, front and centre on Saturday night taking on the Dragons, don’t delay, follow the link below and make a bid to join the Sharks Legends touch footy team now.

Tynan Motors, great supporters of both the Sharks and Dragons, are the match day sponsors with a number of other activities and activations planned.

To register a bid to play on the Sharks Legends Team, click here 

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